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Giving Thanks in All Circumstances, Even Prison

Giving Thanks in All Circumstances, Even Prison

“Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice!” The Apostle Paul didn’t write these words to people who had a lot of reasons to celebrate. He wrote these words to the church in Philippi that was facing persecution. How could he say such a thing to people...
Out of Addiction, into New Life

Out of Addiction, into New Life

Laura’s youth was marked by addiction to drugs, men, and wild living. Her addictions were so strong that she became blind to the ways her choices were affecting herself and others. “Those addictions cut me off from reality,” Laura said. “I destroyed my life—and not...

5 Ways Writing Letters to Prisoners Makes a Difference

When you write a letter to a man or woman in prison, it is more than just words written on a piece of paper. Those words have the power to breathe life and hope into their hearts. Crossroads Prison Ministries has a team of more than 5,000 volunteers across the world...
Introducing Crossroads’ Next CEO

Introducing Crossroads’ Next CEO

Dear Friends of Crossroads Prison Ministries, After a thorough nationwide search, the Crossroads Prison Ministries board of directors is pleased to announce that it has unanimously selected Joe Pryor to be Crossroads’ next President and CEO, effective February 3,...
‘See, I Am Doing a New Thing!’

‘See, I Am Doing a New Thing!’

By Lisa Blystra President & CEO As I look back on 2020, many emotions come to mind. Anxiety, uncertainty, fear . . . but also gratitude and hope. Despite the many challenges we faced as a ministry in the year of the COVID-19 pandem­ic, God has moved in unexpected,...
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